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Latvia

Zobārstniecības māsa (Latvia)

  • Competent authorities

    Competent authorities are responsible to take a decision when a professional from another member state wants to practise this regulated profession. In case of provision of service, the declaration must be sent to this authority prior to the provisioning of services.

    Name Address Contact
    Latvijas Akadēmiskās informācijas centrs
    Academic Information Centre (EN)
    Smilsu iela 2
    1050 Rīga
    Phone: +371 6722 51 55
    Fax: +371 6722 10 06
    Email: aic@aic.lv
    URL: www.aic.lv
    Latvijas Māsu asociācija
    Latvian Nurse Association (EN)
    Skolas iela 3
    LV-1010 Rīga
    Phone: +371 67218410
    Fax: +371 67218408
    Email: birojs@masuasociacija.lv
  • Contact persons for this regulated profession

    Contact persons are responsibles from the member state that can provide you direct information on this regulated profession

  • Contact points

    The contact points are responsible for providing general information on recognition of professional qualifications provided for in Directive 2005/36/EC as well as on national legislation governing the professions and pursuit of those professions.

    The list of contact points is available on Professional Qualifications Europa web site at the following address : http://ec.europa.eu/growth/single-market/services/free-movement-professionals/index_en.htm

Each country is responsible for updating information, on its regulated professions, competent authorities and statistics.
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